Peggy Nehmen, and her husband and partner, Gary Kodner, own Nehmen-Kodner, a St. Louis-based design studio. Nehmen-Kodner is dedicated to quality graphic design, attention to detail, and personalized service. We pride ourselves on great customer service and we’d like to partner with you to enhance your company brand.
From concept to completion, N-K offers versatility and quick response regardless of time constraints. We work with start-ups, growing businesses, large corporations, small companies, and organizations to meet their objectives. Our expertise is graphic design, logo design, branding, print media, pre-press, and printing. Every project assigned to N-K is given a sense of urgency and receives careful attention.
Member: St. Louis Publishers Association (SLPA)
Member: Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA)
- Confidence and creativity
- Providing options
- Listening to clients
- Attention to detail
- Delivering on time and on budget
Art director and general manager
Gary Kodner is a graphic design specialist, who together with his wife Peggy Nehmen, operate their own creative services business–Nehmen-Kodner. For 34 years Peggy and Gary have collaborated in business and in life, providing creative services in the areas of Sports Marketing, Corporate Identity, Sales Promotion, Print collateral, Signage, Displays, Packaging, and Book Design.
Gary Kodner designed Redbird Relics, Treasures of the St. Louis Cardinals Museum, a book for the St. Louis Cardinals. That book received a prestigious award from the International Sports Heritage Association, and was also selected as the “Best in Show.”
Gary collaborated with his son, Oliver Kodner, to research, write, design and illustrate St. Louis Cardinals Uniforms and Logos, An Illustrated History.
Art director and president
Peggy Nehmen combines her love of graphic design, typography, and publishing with thirty years of experience in a highly competitive field. She provides branding and marketing for self-published authors and organizations of all sizes across industry lines. Her ability to visually interpret and convey her clients’ messages has made her a sought-after book designer and marketing professional.